Dignitaries officially open new playground in Powell River

Ceremony held at Willingdon Beach on Sunday, December 1

Powell River’s new playgrounds were officially opened on Sunday, December 1.

Participating in the ribbon-cutting ceremony at Willingdon Beach were [from left], City of Powell River councillor George Doubt, Powell River Community Forest president Greg Hemphill, Rotary Club of Powell River president Monica Peckford, mayor Dave Formosa and councillor Jim Palm.

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Powell River Community Forest supplied the funds for the large children’s playground and partnered with the Rotary Club for the preschool playground at Willingdon Beach.

New playgrounds have also gone into Grief Point and DA Evans Parks, with funds coming from community forest proceeds.

Paul Galinski photo

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